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Why I’m Working to Send 10,000 Tablets to COVID-19 Hospital Units and Hospices
By Kristina Libby
Death rituals are an integral part of our grieving process. Here's how you can help COVID-19 hospice patients separated from their loved ones say goodbye.
The End Well Symposium
By Rebecca Soffer
A new conference aims to create a cultural shift in supporting how we die.
Coming to Terms
By Emily Rapp Black
The simple phrase suggests contracts and litigation. For me, it's a complex, daily practice in grieving my son's death from Tay-Sachs.
No Man’s Land
By Kerri Padgett
Between the time we decided to stop treatment and the time my baby son died, I felt desperately alone — pulled between my ‘cancer family’ still fighting to save their children and the bereaved families on the other side of this battle.
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